> > One we know how we would 'train' our little VM critter, we
> > will know how to measure its performance. Once we have measures, we
> > can have good benchmarks. Once we have good benchmarks - we can pick
> > a good VM alg.
> I can see it now... "Care and Feeding of your linux kernel VM for Dummies"
Shouldn't that be "by Dummies(tm)" ? ;)
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